Behavioural questions are an important part of the interview process which can help the employer to identify the interviewee’s character and work ethics. It also gives the candidate chance to really sell themselves and show their past success in handling difficult situations with the results revealing key skills, abilities and personality traits.
The ‘star’ method is as follows:
S – Situation
T – Task
A – Action
R – Result
Below are a few examples of behavioural questions that could be worth asking in an interview:
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